Georgia pastor apologizes for Church’s judgmental attitude

A Georgia Baptist pastor who pledged to apologize to gays, women seeking abortions, and couples who live together outside marriage during his March 30 sermon did just that and then he offered an evangelistic invitation that would have been at home in any traditional Baptist congregation.

The sermon garnered considerable attention in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution prior to its delivery and was covered by all of the city’s television stations. Pastor Richard Mark Lee said the apology for intolerance and getting in the way of Jesus was long overdue and was needed in a world polarized by the Christian church.


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